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Appirio Cloud Storage for Salesforce.com

Appirio today announced Appirio Cloud Storage for Salesforce.com, a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering that uses Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) to extend the capabilities of salesforce.com.

Best Thing about the Salesforce-Google Toolkit


As you probably know, Salesforce announced the Google Data API Toolkit on Monday.  The new Force.com Toolkit for Google Data APIs provides a free and open-source set of tools and services that developers can use to take advantage of Google Data APIs...
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Proximity Searching in Salesforce.com (demo)


The recent release of Arrowpointe Maps introduced functionality to perform proximity searching within Salesforce.com. We call it “Search Nearby”. With the click of a button from a record in Salesforce, you can search for Leads, Accounts and/or...
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Sales & Marketing People - tell us about your CRM!


I’m writing to ask you about the CRM tools that you use, so that we can make an informed decision and share some knowledge with the community. As I’m also doing some due diligence for Adaptive Path, I can also share some of what...
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Living the Dream - Salesforce, Google and SaaS


We at Appirio have lots of experience at big technology companies (SAP, webMethods, Borland) and classic enterprise software startups. We run Appirio differently from what we saw at these companies. We not only run our business using software...
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Cross Salesforce.com and Amazon S3?


You get Appirio Cloud Storage for Salesforce.com, a new SaaS offering from Appirio that taps Amazon S3 to extend the storage capabilities of Salesforce.com. (We toyed with calling it SalAmaForce3 but didn't really see that...
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Appirio backed by Sequoia Capital


In our first blog post as a Sequoia-backed company we thought we’d answer a question we’ve been asking ourselves: What changes about Appirio? What doesn’t? ...
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